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Cultural Projects

PPF was one of the first private corporations in the Czech Republic in the early 1990s to commit to supporting the arts, thus helping to save several unique projects and works of art. Today, PPF owns what is probably the largest private collection of Czech and Slovak photography. The Group manages the collection of the globally acclaimed Czech photographer, Josef Sudek, through its subsidiary, PPF Art, and operates a gallery named after him – the Josef Sudek Studio in Prague-Újezd, which PPF helped to restore. The company also operates the Václav Špála Gallery, a renowned Prague gallery focused on contemporary art. In 2014, PPF Group bought 270 works of art, primarily paintings, from Česká pojišťovna’s 185-year-old collection. These now form a new collection run by PPF, and include works by Alois Bubák, Alfons Mucha, Maxmilián Pirner, Jakub Schikaneder, Ludek Marold, Mikuláš Medek, Joža Úprka, August Piepenhagen and Antonín Procházka, as well as more modern artists Ivan Ouhel, Jiří Sopko, Tomáš Císařovsky, Petr Nikl, Jana Mertu and many others. The Group has supported the Jára Cimrman Theatre in Prague’s Žižkov neighborhood for a long time and is a partner of the Summer Shakespeare Festival. Thanks to PPF Group´s donation the sound of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra was enriched by six stringed instruments with a total value of CZK 20 million: violins by Giovanni Mario Valenzano (made in 1825), by Pietro Messori (1924), by Giovanni Cavani and Onorato Gragnani from the beginning of the 19th century, an Ettoro Soffritti viola made in 1927, and a violoncello made in 1844 by the greatest French luthier of all time, Jean‑Baptist Vuillaum. Through its subsidiary, CETIN, PPF Group is a general partner of the world-renowned music festival Prague Spring. PPF Art also contributes to the development and popularization of art through cooperation with other galleries and the loaning of works of art to both domestic and international exhibits. 

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